The Trump Connection to Human Trafficking

 Trump International Golf Course is involved in Labor Trafficking in Dubai

Of all the issues that have aired in the press surrounding the Presidential campaign, there is one that has gone untouched: human trafficking.

In the VICE Debrief by Ben Anderson titled, Trump in Dubai, Mr. Anderson uncovered labor trafficking occurring at the development of the Trump International Golf Club. Mr. Anderson said, the conditions at the Trump International Golf Club are the worst he’d ever seen. There are 21 men to a room with rats running around and above them, having to work extremely hard and in extreme heat for two years just to break even, just to pay off the debt they incurred to get there. Trump is the latest in a long line of Westerners who have gone there (Dubai) and taken I assume large amounts of money and turned a blind eye to what is obvious. Another video similar to this one states that the workers only get rice and bread to eat, and once or twice a month, a very small piece of meat.

There are many other American corporations such as Nestlé, Hershey, Mars, Kraft, ADM Cocoa, Godiva, and Fowler’s Chocolate who work children younger than 15 – some as young as 5 – who work from 6 am until evening in West African cocoa farms. A study from Harvard Law School revealed that Hanes, Walmart, J.C. Penney’s have also been guilty of labor trafficking and using child labor.

Link to Ben Anderson’s debrief about Trump Gold Courses in Dubai

Trump Modeling Agency and human trafficking

In an article about immigration written by James West in Mother Jones, August 30, 2016, it was discovered that women as young as 14 and as many as 11 girls are (were) kept in a basement apartment described as “sweat shops”. 

“It is like modern-day slavery” Blais said of working for Trump Model Management—and she is not alone in describing her time with Trump’s company in those terms. Former Trump model, Alexia Palmer, who filed a lawsuit against Trump Model Management for fraud and wage theft in 2014, has said she “felt like a slave.”

Human Trafficking does not need to be proven in a court of law if the victims are under the age of 18.

It’s not Mexican men who are doing the raping!

One of the most widely known quotes was the one Mr. Trump said during his announcement to run for the presidency. We all know it well. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bring crime. They’re rapists… And some, I assume, are good people.”

Let’s see who is doing the raping in the United States. via U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Statistics. 1997 Sex Offenses and Offenders Study.1997. RAINN is the acronym for Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network.

• The average age of a rapist is 31 years old.
• 52% are white.
• 22% of imprisoned rapists report that they are married.
• Juveniles accounted for 16% of forcible rape arrestees in 1995 and 17% of those arrested for other sex offenses.
• In 1 in 3 sexual assaults, the perpetrator was intoxicated — 30% with alcohol, 4% with drugs.
• In 2001, 11% of rapes involved the use of a weapon — 3% used a gun, 6% used a knife, and 2 % used another form of weapon.
• 84% of victims reported the use of physical force only.

NOTE* If 52% are white, that leaves 48% for African Americans, Hispanics, Asian, and other ethnic groups combined. I think Mr. Trump missed this one. His own peers are the ones doing the raping!

Now let’s look at prostitution—paid rape. Men who pay for sex are paying to rape women and children. Estimates of the prevalence of incest among prostitutes range from 65% to 90%. The Council for Prostitution Alternatives, Portland, Oregon Annual Report in 1991 stated that: 85% of prostitute/clients reported history of sexual abuse in childhood; 70% reported incest. The higher percentages (80%-90%) of reports of incest and childhood sexual assaults of prostitutes come from anecdotal reports and from clinicians working with prostitutes. The vast majority of prostituted people are not there by choice, hence—paid rape. Many of these victims have told their “johns” they were being forced, yet the men do nothing to help them, rather continue to get what they paid for.

A 2011 study done by interviewing 3,902 men reveals that those who purchased sex (white papers written by Lindsy Anton) come from the following ethnic groups: 72% Caucasian, 14% Hispanic, 8% African American, 3% Asian, and 3% undisclosed.

From former male madam, John Pace, author of The Redemption of Mr. Madam, who ran high-end brothels in the Cleveland, OH and Detroit, MI areas, his work reveals the ethnicity of men who purchased sex from his brothels from 2006 to 2009: of his 202 escorts there were 186 Caucasians, 7 African American, 9 others. The purchasers were as follows: of the 3,173 male customers: 3,121 Caucasians, 5 African Americans, 47 other. There were 17 female customers: 12 Caucasians, 0 African Americans, 5 other.

Pace states, “I cannot comment on street level prostitution however as it relates to escorts (online prostitution). African Americans and Latinas have trouble finding dates except in select cities like Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Charlotte and Chicago where there’s a population of black and brown professional men. In fact, a number of gentlemen’s clubs don’t hire women of color and in many cases those that will hire very small numbers.”

Stats prove that Caucasians make up the majority of men who rape in the United States, not immigrants from Mexico.